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Monday, June 25, 2012

Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada Part 2

You will not be bored at the Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. The list of activities is extensive and offers something for everyone to pleasantly pass any time you are not out and about.

You have the choice between fishing, swimming, bird watching, observing wildlife, horseback riding, backpacking, hiking, driving, biking, boating, canoeing, climbing, scuba diving, Cross-Country skiing, ice diving, ice skating, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and ski touring, and equipment is often available for rent.

You can also do some photography and filming, visit the Hot Springs or partake in Interpretive Programs. What you can NOT do is hunting, off-road traveling by a motorized vehicle, ice fishing, snowmobiling, Para- and hang gliding, parachuting, using jet skis or water skiing equipment, poaching, pollution, littering, feeding and/or harassing wildlife and display offensive, noisy behavior.

The entrance fees per day for 2012, including tax, are $9.80 for adults in the age ranging from 17-64, Seniors 65 and over pay $8.30 and youth age 6 to 16 years pay $ 4.90. You can also pay $19.60 for the entire family or group, or obtain and annual pass which will be $ 67.70 per adult, $57.90 for seniors, $ 33.30 for youth and $136.40 for a family or a group.

That last may be a wise idea and save you some money in the long run, because you can not see and take in all this park has to offer in one day. Multiple visits would be in order and with an annual pass you can return whenever you want. And you will want to!

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